Halsey is talking publicly about their abortion experience.
The “Without Me” singer wrote in an open letter that was published in Vogue on Friday that the recent Roe. v. Wade’s decision had “saved my life” and that abortion had been “the best decision I ever made.”
Many people have questioned Halsey, 27, about whether she has changed her opinion on abortion after suffering for years to carry a kid to term. “Definitely not, is the answer. I actually felt more deeply about it than I ever did.”
Continuing, Halsey said, “My abortion both saved my life and made room for my kid to have his.”
“Each individual should have the freedom to decide if they will undergo this risky and life-changing experience and when, how, and in what way. With one arm, I’ll hug my son while using the other to fight valiantly.”
In July 2021, the pop diva and partner Alev Aydin gave birth to a son named Ender Ridley.
The singer claimed that it felt cruel irony that she could become pregnant easily but struggled to keep a pregnancy going after they had “miscarried three times before my 24th birthday.”
The singer said, “One of my losses required ‘aftercare,’ which is a nice way of stating I would need an abortion because my body could not totally terminate the pregnancy on its own and I would risk going into sepsis without medical assistance.
“I bawled during the entire process. Being powerless, I was terrified for myself. My life was in danger, so I was frantic to end the pregnancy.”
Halsey also admitted that the past events had devastated them to the point that they had even rewritten their will while carrying Ender during the third trimester.
The singer admitted, “I was ready for the worst.
“I gave explicit instructions on the donation of my organs should I die or be ruled brain-dead, meaning if my heart beat on but my brain wasn’t functioning, the state would have permission to cut into my warm and still alive flesh and take my organs to save other lives.”
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Halsey remarked, “How ironic that although my own heart would amount to nothing more than a sequence of involuntary movements on an operating table, a beating heart in my pregnancy may mean I couldn’t consent to save my own life.
Last month, Halsey posted on Twitter that they felt “defeated” by the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, which has been in force since 1973.
The ruling allows individual states to decide whether to permit abortions, and it is expected to result in all but complete restrictions on the surgery in about half of the country.
They stated at the time, “I have been speaking up for abortion, reproductive rights, and bodily integrity for as long as I’ve had a platform, and I’m running out of ways to phrase and frame the gravity of the impact that fundamentalism has on our country.
“I am aware that some of you rely on my page for advice or information, but I need a little bit of time to organize my thoughts, consult with some people with more authority and experience than me, and then I will update you. I’m not just trying to add to the negative noise.”
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